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American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies That the Government Tells Us Paperback – April 4, 2011
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Looking at some of the unfounded and idiotic bad reviews on this book, I ask -
Why is it easy to see corruption in countries like China, Russia, Venezuela, North Korea, and Cuba, but so hard to see the corruption in America? I believe it's because of so much brain-washing in Media, Education, and politics and while I love this country dearly, before we realized, we have become a near-fascist country.
As Rowley noted to her aggressive interviewer, a conspiracy is quite often simply "people deciding to do something bad". People who make such a decision aren't likely to announce it in a press release, hence the logical requirement of secrecy. Likewise, some misdeeds would require more than one person to be successfully carried out, hence the accompanying notion of collusion in private. Yet the idea of two, three or more people in key positions of power privately deciding to do something nefarious is viewed by the mainstream media as an invention of the mentally insane. Criminals might do it, the Mafia might do it, doctors or dentists or lawyers might occasionally do it (as folks from all walks of life are prosecuted for criminal acts every year), but the idea of certain politicians or elements within a government colluding to commit a criminal act is somehow viewed as beyond the pale.Read more ›
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My jaw dropped many times while reading this book. He has done his homework and shown us many things we didn't know. I only have one negative. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ruthann Brekke
Too much rambling! I found myself 10 pages in to a new chapter and had no idea what he was talking about. I can understand having one bizarre thought about conspiracy, but come on! Read morePublished 15 days ago by E. Voit
Fantastic book. Wow. I'll never think about our "democracy" the same again after this book. We've been sold down the river by our elected officials.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
What more can be said...Jess Ventura is a nut. It's hard to believe anyone with any common sense would write a positive review of this bookPublished 1 month ago by dale smith
Very insightful. Gives you a peek into what goes on behind the scenes and who really pulls the strings in American politics.Published 1 month ago by Matthew Ranalli
Jesse Ventura was born James George Janos in Minneapolis,Minnesota on July,15,1951,making him 64 today. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jerry Guild
Jesse gets down and dirty on the New World Order and that is why we love the guy.Published 2 months ago by Sage